How can I determine what each of my pages Url`s are?

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How can I determine what each of my pages Url`s are?

I need to know this for image mapping.

Thank you :)

Please tell me if I need to give more info =P
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Hello Spazz,

A really easy way to do this is to open up your published site and the url will be in the browser window and you can copy and paste it from there.

Otherwise, your url will be in this format (with your information substituted).

mysite.com/page.php

Hope this helps!

Emmy
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I have a similar issue but for navigation purposes. I'm using a CSS navigation for my unpublished site but need to input the urls. When I copy the url from preview mode in the sitebuilder, it says something like: Http://sitebuilder.yola.com/38497259... and that "fake" sitebuilder url does not work in my menu navigation. If input the urls into my navigation according to your framework: mysite.com/page.php, once published, will it work or is there something I am needing to do differently?
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Hello Trina

You need to copy your url from your published site not inside your site builder. Or.. just remember to add your page name to the end of your domain name. So it would look like this:

Please let me know if you need further clarification.
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Umm this question was kind of answered,I still need some help...
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Hi Spazz,

Is your site published? If so go to your published site. Click on each page in the menu that you would like to know the URL for. Copy the address that appears in the browser window once that page has opened.

Does this answer your question? Perhaps we have misunderstood.
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Aaah thanks. It seems there was some problem with the coding,so the advice before was correct. Stupid Image mapping software :P

I finally got the image map up but it keeps staying centred. What should I change in this code to align the image to the left side of the "html box"

div style="text-align:center; width:250px; margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto;"

I removed the <> at the beginning and end for it to display =)

I tried typing in "left" where center is at the moment,didnt seem to work.

Any advice?

You guys are great btw,I love Yola!

Spazz
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Can you please post the url where you have this code? Then we can take a look at what's going on. Thanks.
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you could try

<div align="left" style="text-align:center; width:250px;">

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Has UK Duke's suggestion resolved the issue Spazz? Please let us know if you need further help with this.
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Hi guys,wow,thanks for the awesome help!

It has most certainly =)

Thanks for the dedicatedness (real word?)

This question has been answered ;)
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Great Spazz! Glad to hear that it worked. =)